Kazakhstan, Interpol discuss common interest in multilateral platforms

Kazakhstan, Interpol discuss common interest in multilateral platforms
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At the United Nations Office in Vienna, Kazakhstan’s Permanent Representative Mukhtar Tileuberdi met with Jürgen Stock, Secretary General of the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol), the press service of the Kazakh MFA reported.

The sides discussed current issues of bilateral cooperation and prospects for interaction in various multilateral platforms, including the upcoming International Conference on Nuclear Security (ICONS-2024) in Vienna on May 20-24.

The head of Interpol expressed interest in participating in ICONS-2024, co-chaired by Kazakhstan and Australia. Ambassador Tileuberdi acknowledged the role and potential of Interpol in combating illicit trafficking of nuclear and radioactive materials, as well as in international efforts to prevent sensitive materials and new technologies from falling into the hands of non-state actors.

The parties also agreed to continue mutually beneficial cooperation in various areas such as combating corruption, asset recovery, counter-terrorism, and combating trafficking in persons, arms, drugs, and other forms of international crime.

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